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After visually experiencing Park's Edge's eclectic dinner menu, you'll get to facially experience its singular flavors with an appetizer of crispy chevre wontons, filled with spinach and goat cheese and served with spicy red chile and honey sauces ($7), or roasted PEI mussels frolicking in a spicy coconut broth with pico de gallo and grilled french bread ($8). The flavorful roasted-beet-and-goat-cheese salad with caramelized walnuts and cilantro vinaigrette ($8) lets you eat light without compromising the structural integrity of your taste buds. The more grizzly-gutted can dive mouth-first into an entree of seared sea bass with truffled Yukon mashed potatoes and asparagus-chipotle cream sauce ($23) before chasing it with a side of crimini mushroom risotto ($4). Come the weekend, sleep-in enthusiasts can laze away Sunday with the help of Park's Edge's deliciously diverse brunch menu while periodically hoisting a bottomless Bellini or mimosa ($10).
Nestled among the features of the Atlanta skyline, the shadows of Inman Park, and the warm rays of the exploding sun, Park's Edge is a delightful oasis of exotic cuisine, sultry music, and wet drinks. Chef Jorge Pacheco's Latin influences and owner Richard N. Wadlington's jazz-loving background give the restaurant a culinary punch and stylish West Coast flair. Bask in a contemporary elegance that makes everything you do seem dashing and debonair—even lecturing dates on obscure Spider-Man trivia—with today's Groupon to Park's Edge.
Park's Edge is closed on Mondays.
Thanks to the guidance of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, the culinary team at Park's Edge is proud to welcome locals into its newly renovated interior to sample contemporary American fare. Chef Jorge Pacheco summons the fragrant memories of his mother's and grandmother's kitchens as he puts his years of cooking to use in the eatery of his longtime partner, Park's Edge owner Richard Wadlington, Jr. Pacheco enhances pan-seared seafood and succulent cuts of lamb with creative flourishes, such as worcestershire-compound butter and apricot-pistachio relish. He then passes his ambrosial entrees off to friendly servers, who ferry them to guests sitting in the chocolate-hued dining room or kicking back beneath the shade of tall trees and curious UFOs on the secluded patio.
913 Bermina Ave. NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30307Get Directions